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business grow. follow us on twitter @msnbcyourbiz. next week he designs luxury wauchb kind fish tanks for the rich and famous. >> we're not a large company, we're a very small boutique company so i take on lie the number of clients that i'm able to deal with at any given moment. >> we'll see how this entrepreneur in delegating responsibilities to grow his business while still maintaining the high standards of his brand. remember, we make your business our business. we've all had those moments. when you lost the thing you can't believe you lost. when what you just bought, just broke. or when you have a little trouble a long way from home... as an american express cardmember you can expect some help. but what you might not expect, is you can get all this with a prepaid card. spends like cash. feels like membership. >>> good morning from new york i'm chris haynes. "usa today" has obtained a draft of the white house proposal for immigration reform which would allow undocumented immigrants to become permanent citizens within eight years. republican senator marco joub of florida said the pr
authority to use force. at thursday's confirmation hearings for his nomination to head up the cia, white house counterterrorism director raised questions about the memo and the programs it helps justify. >> your view seems to be that even if we could save american lives by containing more american terrorists by using traditional techniques it would be beer to kill them with a drone or let them go free than to detain them. could you explain that argument? >> is your testimony today that the huge increase in the numb beer of lethal strikes has no connection to the change in the obama administration's detention policy? >> do you believe that the president should provide an individual american with the opportunity to surrender before killing them? >> no topic that we discuss regularly on the show invites quite the level of backlash on the social media as the kill list and drones. given the often disingenuous criticism the president has faced i can understand why dechl carats view it with cynicism suddenly expressed by conservatives this week, much of which has been forced on liberals' hypocr
system. and number four, establish a better process for admitting future workers into the u.s. the four democratic and four republican senators wish to get momentum from the call for immigration reform. they're similar to the principles laid out by the president in the campaign last year. but it highlights deep conflicts between the parties as the specifics of the policy are hashed out. to his part, the president sounded amenable to compromise. >> we've been debating this for a very long time. it's not as if we don't know technically what needs to get done. there will be rigorous debate about many of the details, and every stakeholder should engage in real give and take in the process. but it's important for us to recognize that the foundation for bipartisan action is already in place. >> the operative word there was details because, despite all the headlines of a bipartisan group of senators ripe for comprehensive impression reform, it will come down to the details of the proposal, details that matter a tremendous amount to many people, and it's the details that could prove the legisla
with more information to help your business grow. you can also follow us on twitter @msnbc your biz. next week, a rockaway beach bagel business owned by two new york city firefighters struggles to rebuild post hurricane sandy. >> when i came into the store, i just couldn't believe what i saw. everything in here was wrecked. everything was -- had water damage. the appliances and the equipment was thrown around the store, it looked like it was ransacked. it was that whole investment, all that time, all that money, all that energy in an instant was just gone. >> see how we helped them prepare for their grand reopening with a very special "your business" makeover. until then i'm j.j. ramberg, and remember, we make your business our business. we've all had those moments. when you lost the thing you can't believe you lost. when what you just bought, just broke. or when you have a little trouble a long way from home... as an american express cardmember you can expect some help. but what you might not expect, is you can get all this with a prepaid card. spends like cash. feels like membership. >>
think that he's a very good communicator so he uses that to strike emotion in people and so he's using that to then go ahead and move an agenda that he likes. i think that it would be better if we would talk about the things that actually will help prevent things like what happened in newtown and, unfortunately, you know, even see vice president joe biden saying that oh, well, the things they have been talking about really aren't going to prevent things like that from happening. it is an emotional issue. he can talk about it. we should talk about the things that are going to -- what do you think those are? >> some of the ideas floating around what a are we going to do about our system for mental illness? what do we do about the people that actually use the guns because he talked about the fact that oh, these guns are killing people. it is the people with guns that are killing people. we really should explore with a about some kind of security for our children at schools? we secure money when, you know, money is transferred from banks. >> do you believe that? >> absolutely. i mean, we s
to us, wants to know about kin about kindergarten, jobs, gas prices. the trillions of dollars that are numbers that our average listener doesn't know about, the 18 to 34 demo isn't going to vote an a trillion dollar debt. >> no one understands a trillion dollars and no one actually cares about a trillion dollars. >> so to me, the gulfgate revealed -- golfgate revealed one major thing with the press corps. what motivated ed henry to make this statement was not transparency. that's not the actual principle, it's embarrassment. they got scooped by a reporter from golf digest. >> and they were like, dude, wtf. >> ed henry, who's a new character in my book, i have a scene where ed actually sits me down to complain about some of my reporting because i reported something that no one else in the white house press corps did. what he said was, look, the reason you can't do this is because you're making us all look bad. this is the exact same principle at stake with this golf digest. >> you can't do this. you'll make us look bad. >> over tiger woods, like planting your flag over tiger wo
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hayes. here in the u.s., it is super bowl sunday. last night aid yee wran peterson, back from an acl injury, beat out peyton manning for the nfl's most valuable player award. right now, my story of the week. war and that other thing. thursday's senate confirmation hearing for chuck hagel was an omni directional embarrassing debacle for everyone involved. first there was the senate republican republicans. republican senator after republican senator threw questions at hagel that even by the debate standards of a nominating hearing were the cheapest kind of demagoguery and bullying. >> why do you think that the iranian foreign ministry so strongly supports your nomination to be the secretary of defense? >> to go on al jazeera, a foreign network broadcasting propaganda to nations that are hostile to us and to explicitly agree with the characterization of the united states as the world's bully, i would suggest is not the conduct one would expect of a secretary of defense. >> you continue to fold, i believe, extreme views far to the left of even this administration. >> if you were a visito
.com/yourbusiness. find more exclusive information to help your business grow. follow us on twitter,@msnbc/your biz. next week, the owner of a successful low fat bagel company talks about the roller coaster of changing her focus to open a weight loss center. >> there was fear, but i also knew it was the right thing to do and it was easy from the perspective of it's like leaving a fad that's secure, that you know is secure, and going to one that you love. >> how kim benson took a leap of faith and how it worked out for her. until them, i'm j.j. ramberg. remember, we make your business our business. we've all had those moments. when you lost the thing you can't believe you lost. when what you just bought, just broke. or when you have a little trouble a long way from home... as an american express cardmember you can expect some help. but what you might not expect, is you can get all this with a prepaid card. spends like cash. feels like membership. >>> good morning, erch. i'm chris hayes. here in the u.s., it is super bowl sunday. last night aid yee wran peterson, back from an acl injury, beat out peyton ma
's got a great info graphic. using the rule of thumb that most researchers use to define middle class, middle 60%, the average is $140,000 of income. it's more and more irresponsible to demagogue on the way we do. we have to think harder about the dangerous possibilities by treating the middle class as if it's a monologue. >> bond is willing to go to jail for climate change. naacp has a climate justice program. whether it's voting rights or climate change they are working together to protect your basic rights. >> people ask what can i do to tackle climate change. one, everyone needs to contact their senators and tell them to sponsor the climate act by senators sanders and boxer. second, contact the white house and tell the president to start using his authority under the environmental protection agency to regulate greenhouse gas emissions. >> you have been a veteran of legislative battles on climate specifically. is there a change in grass roots mobilization to turn on to mobilize than ten years ago? >> absolutely. technology enabled that. it's also the coalitions of a lot of differen
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